(L to R) Attorneys Chaniya
Chasuwan, Tanakorn Thonnapong and Nop Kunchorn Na Ayuthaya speak to a group
of building, land and property owners on their potential unpaid tax debt.
Property owners learned they might not be paying all the
taxes theyíre supposed to at a seminar sponsored by the Central Tax Court.
The Sept. 9 workshop at Pattaya City Hall saw attorneys
Chaniya Chasuwan, Nop Kunchorn Na Ayuthaya and Tanakorn Thonnapong speak to
a group of building, land and property owners on their potential unpaid tax
While fewer than 2.3 million of Thailandís 66 million
residents pay personal income taxes, more are subject to property and
advertising taxes that fall under three main laws, the Land and Property Tax
Act of 1932, Local Area Development Act of 1963, and Tax Label Act of 1956.
Enforcement and collection of such taxes, however, has
been uneven. But with the new Yingluck government looking for revenue to
fund its populist spending proposals, more emphasis is now being put on tax
Building, business and land owners and well as owners of
houses larger than 100 wa or those displaying advertising are urged to
contact Pattaya City Hall to pay any unpaid debts.